5 edition of The Saddest Story found in the catalog.
The Saddest Story
Ford Madox Ford
November 1985 by Carroll & Graf Publishers .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||616|
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In this stunning, bestselling novel—and an NBCC Award finalist—David Grossman tells the powerful story of a mother’s love for her son. Just before his release from service in the Israeli army, Ora’s son Ofer is sent back to the front for a major offensive. Summary: The book tracks a couple of different romantic relationships.
First, there's the tormented relationship between Tomas, a Czech The Saddest Story book, and Tereza, the waitress he met on a Author: Lauren Le Vine.
Reading an incredibly sad book is a peculiar experience — you're mad at the writer for making you feel this way, but at the same time you're hooked on each tear-jerking page. Habitual. It’s an incredibly sad story.
Perhaps the saddest story I’ve ever read. I leaned against the window and felt the bumps of the road through my forehead. There were so many passengers on the bus. I didn’t want them to see me crying. I thought my relationship had gone too far; I. The novel was loosely based on two incidents of adultery and on Ford's messy personal life.
The novel's original title was The Saddest Story, but after the onset of World War I the publishers asked Ford for a new title. Ford suggested (sarcastically) The Good Soldier, and the name stuck. If you're looking for a downright gorgeous novel that will make you cry heaps of tears, these 15 beautifully written, sad books are for you.
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True story: I started crying in the middle of a bookstore when I casually picked this book up and leafed through the first chapter. Plus, Jodi Picoult books are so sad that there couldn't be just.
Reading this book feels like you're sitting across from the very funny author and listening to a poignantly heartbreaking story punctuated by many laugh-aloud statements. Claire seems to tell it like it is with honesty and no holds barred story telling, or maybe better put, life s: Sometimes we need to get in touch with our emotional side.
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Though trauma can either be a force of good or evil, here are 15 comic book villains with the saddest and most heartbreaking origin stories of all time. Though trauma can either be a force of good or evil, here are 15 comic book villains with the saddest and most heartbreaking origin stories of all time.
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